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NCAA Oct 04, 2022

USC, Washington and Stanford players receive Pac-12 weekly honors

The Pac-12 Conference has announced its women’s soccer Players of the Week following the latest round of competition in the 2022 NCAA season.

Offensive Player of the Week: Croix Bethune, Sr., USC (Alpharetta, Ga.)
2 games, 3 goals, 3 assists, 9 points

  • Totaled three goals and three assists in No. 20 USC’s wins at Oregon State (5-1) and Oregon (4-0).
  • Involved in six of the Trojans’ nine goals in the victories.
  • Scored both game winners, with one goal and two assists contributing to the win in Corvallis and two goals and one assist to the win over the Ducks.
  • Doubled her season totals in goals and points over the weekend, and was one away from doubling her assist count.
  • Leads the Trojans in goals (5), assists (7) and points (17).
  • Leads the Conference in assists, is sixth in points and 10th in goals.
  • Fourth career Pac-12 Player of the Week award (Nov. 1, 2021; Sept. 27, 2021; Apr. 12, 2020).

Defensive Player of the Week: Shae Holmes, Gr., Washington (Highlands Ranch, Colo.)
2 games, 1 goal, 1 assist, 3 points

  • Put in her second career goal and first since 2019 to win the match against Utah (3-2), scoring directly off a free kick with three minutes left.
  • Banked an assist on the final goal of the Huskies’ 4-1 victory over Colorado, her third of the season.
  • Assisted in limiting the Buffs’ top-10 scoring offense to a single goal.
  • First career Pac-12 weekly award and Washington’s first Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Week award since Sept. 12, 2017 (Jessica Udovich).

Goalkeeper of the Week: Ryan Campbell, Jr., Stanford (Laguna Beach, Calif.)
2 games, 180 minutes, 0 goals allowed, 3 saves

  • Kept both Arizona and Arizona State scoreless over the weekend, bringing her season shutout total to five.
  • Held the Sun Devils, which entered the match fifth in the country in scoring offense (3.12), without a goal for the first time this season.
  • Leads the Conference in shutouts and is second in goals against average (0.66)
  • First career Pac-12 weekly award and Stanford’s first Goalkeeper of the Week since Oct. 2, 2018 (Alison Jahansouz).

ALSO NOMINATED

Offensive Player of the Week: Gianna Christiansen, ARIZ; Alexia Delagdo, ASU; Karlie Lema, CAL; Allie Montoya, STAN; Reilyn Turner, UCLA; Summer Yates, WASH; Grayson Lynch, WSU.

Defensive Player of the Week: Angela Baron, ARIZ; Sydney Collins, CAL; Kennedy Wesley, STAN; Lilly Reale, UCLA; Brooklyn Courtnall, USC; Bridget Rieken, WSU.

Goalkeeper of the Week: Hope Hisey, ARIZ; Angelina Anderson, CAL;  Lauren Brzykcy, UCLA; Anna Smith, USC; Nadia Cooper WSU.

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